Her graduate collection explores our perception of enticement. Re-imagining the underground scenes of 1930’s Paris. Brassai and his muses, Kiki and her forgotten lovers. Through deconstructing 1930’s menswear tailoring details, combined with the sensual connotations of sheer fabrics, the pieces create an illusion of identity and time. In turn addressing our uneasy fear of defining ‘gender’, our obsession with the right and wrong and the politically correct. Her muse is neither distinctly handsome nor innately feminine. She unveils a vulnerable truth. This is a tribute to a candid woman.